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Crustless Quiche Recipe

Crustless Quiche
View delicious recipe on FoodPantry.

This quiche saves you having to make pastry! It's healthier too!

Whisk together:

4 eggs
1 cup milk (or cream)
1/2 cup self raising flour
S & P. Then add:
1/2 cup grated cheese
1 fried onion
Can add fried bacon or ham and any veges you want.
Pour into flan dish and bake at 180 deg for approx 45 mins – till golden on top and puffed up.

Serve hot or cold

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  1. Profile photo of shareacamper

    Looks fantastic, could be easily cooked in a campervan too!

  2. Profile photo of littlecoco

    YUM Love a good crustless quiche! Great for a summer’s picnic!

  3. This recipe is great, and perfect for my low carb diet!

  4. Delish! Had for dinner tonite. Added diced red onion, courgette, 3 different coloured capsicum and mushroom. Will make again 🙂

  5. Profile photo of anon7249

    somewhere else on this site you have another similar recipe that I have used for years.

  6. I have an almost identical recipe and I add spinach [the frozen variety is perfect] and a cup of diced cooked potato. If red onion is used, no need to pre cook. I use up all the veg in the frig – courgette, brocolli, diced pumpkin etc and use a well greased 28 – 30cm flan dish

  7. I love this recipe. I always make two, one for dinner and one to have cold the next day 🙂

  8. Super easy and tasty! I also added frozen mixed veges and fresh herbs. Delish!!

  9. what an excellent recipe.I have used all sorts of vegs in it and it’s worked well every time.Left over quiche is great to take for a work lunch.

  10. Profile photo of judi039

    What size flan dish should I use ?

  11. Profile photo of frab80036

    Made this recipe yesterday for dinner, had left over for dinner tonight it is a very easy dish to make and very tasty also, my wife thought it was fantastic.
    Thanks for posting it.

  12. Profile photo of margruth

    This is a fantastic recipe! As stated,can add any type of vege.
    Thanks so much for posting it – as had a similar one ages ago and lost the recipe.RECOMMEND as simple/easy to make -get the to do it! lol

  13. Profile photo of 16rebecca

    Yum – thank you – just had this for our dinner – excellent! 🙂

  14. Profile photo of sera

    I have a similar recipe but no milk,wee bit of oil and everyone raqves about it…
    So easy if you are not a pastry fan………

  15. Profile photo of dreamon

    I too have used this recipe frequently with great success. It works well using wholemeal flour for a change. I don’t like complicated recipes, so feel quite chuffed when family and guests remark how tasty it is!

  16. Profile photo of campervan

    I use this recipe quite often.Being by myself it is a very good way to use up left overs.I put anything in it very quick,easy to make and tasty

  17. Profile photo of Plumbmate

    We make a similar recipe without the flour. Left over roast veges added are great. We also add any left over white sauce or gravy. Makes it different every time. Can add parsley or silverbeet or spinach. Does not seem to matter, jsut adjust the amount of eggs to the amount of leftovers. Always popular in our house.

  18. Profile photo of fishtale

    This will become a firm favourite, look forward to trying variations
    So easy to make

  19. Profile photo of foxylady9440

    Have made many variations of this, it also looks good, and as if you have spent ages preparing it ! fast easy meal and cheap.

  20. Profile photo of shi

    Wonder how it would do with gluten free flour

  21. Profile photo of GrownUpsUser

    we make this often, and half of my clan are vegetarian, so 2 is put together with the following, 5 eggs, 2C milk, 1/2C S.R flour, 2C grated vegies( kumara, carrot, courgette: sometimes finely chopped cauli & broccoli is added) S&P, 2T chopped chives, mix altogether pour in a deep dish, can sprinkle with sliced tomatoes and mushroom then topped with 1/2C grated cheese. For meat eaters a can of tuna or salmon is mixed in the egg/ milk mixture. Finely chopped onions can also be added. It is actually called an Impossible Pie

  22. Profile photo of lemin

    I followed this recipe except for the cooking, I did this in my pie maker, worked great, had to take care not to overfill, (left a 8mm gap at the top)
    So I had snack size quiche to hand out to the grandkids after school.

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